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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of outcoach.


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  • He said he got "outcoached" by the Patriots' Bill Belichick.

    Jets Have Reasons to Believe

  • Mr. Ryan may have cleaned up his cuss words, but " outcoached " and " outplayed " is an understatement.

    You Call This a Rivalry?

  • Interesting that the vibe here is that LSU was "outcoached" on Saturday night ... and yet, after barely serving as a speed bump the entire first half, the LSU defense gave up one score on a busted coverage and not much else in the second half, and practically nothing at all in the fourth quarter.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Coughlin and Barber mended the fences after the season, but the "outcoached" problem reared up after a loss to Seattle in the third week of the season.

    Coughlin's future with Giants will be determined later this week

  • It should be acknowledged Kennett was writing in his regular column on the club's website, so he wasn't going out of his way to make a point, but the content he produced was pretty damning of the team, particularly Clarkson who he said was 'outcoached' against Sydney.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • I would be legitimately stunned if the Saints were "outcoached" on Sunday.


  • Defensive coordinator Scott Shafer correctly stated that he got "outcoached" against Illinois.

    Michigan Sports Center

  • But acting coach Adrian Dantley was badly outcoached in the playoffs by Jazz veteran Jerry Sloan.

    Denver Nuggets Team Report

  • Asked whether the two had talked about their shared experience, Babcock joked, "Yeah, he told me that we got outcoached."

    Red Wings relish 'opportunity' of Game 7 meeting with Pens

  • Wasted for Miami as 49ers boss Bill Walsh outcoached and out-maneuvered Don Shula in brilliant fashion.

    Ed Berliner: Winning the Super Bowl Does Not Define Greatness


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